Cuban expert in artificial intelligence, elected member of the World Academy of Sciences

An expert in artificial intelligence from a university kamagi Selected as a member of the International Academy of Sciencesthe educational institution mentioned itself in its country Facebook account.

Doctor of Science Yailé Caballero Mota is the Director of International Relations at the University of Camaguey Ignacio Agramonte Loynaz.

“What I feel is indescribable, because it is the greatest recognition I have received in my career. It is a mixture of passion, surprise, pride, commitment and, above all, a great challenge. From now on I represent our country at the World Academy of Sciences, but I also represent the Cuban scientist.Caballero Motta said.

This recognition also rewards ‘work A team of professors and students from the University of Camaguey’s Artificial Intelligence Research Groupand members of the Camagüey-Ciego de Ávila chapter of the Cuban Academy of Sciences“, He said.

Caballero Mota dedicated his integration into the World Academy of Sciences of the University of Camaguey and Cuba. “They can always count on me unconditionally,” he said.

The World Academy of Sciences (TWAS) is an independent international organization founded in 1983 in Italy.

A commission from the Academy itself analyzed the file with all the information referring to the scientific results of Yailé Caballero Mota. The foundation has also contacted international experts from Spain, China, Colombia, Mexico and Belgium on Cuban investigative work, according to the University of Camaguey.

Doctor of Science Yailé Caballero Mota has already received a TWAS Award in the Computer Science category and the Outstanding Foreign Expert Award from Hebei Province, China. He has six government mandates, authored more than 140 scientific publications, and participated in more than 25 research and development projects. He also supervised 33 diploma projects, 62 master’s degrees and ten doctoral dissertations.

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Caballero Mota is a full member of the Cuban Academy of Sciences and the president of its branch, Camagüey-Ciego de Ávila. He is a member of the Global Scholars Station of Hebei University of International Studies in China.

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